TELL lands on Behavior Research Methods

A full description of TELL v.1.0.0 has been published in Behavior Research Methods, the main scientific journal on cognitive science methods, techniques, and instrumentation. We are proud to receive this validation from a world-leading expert venue. See the full paper here.

Monumental study to detect linguistic markers of neurodegeneration (in Spanish)

It is well known that most medical studies and clinical trials are conducted in white populations from developed countries. And although the risk of suffering from different diseases depends very closely on socioenvironmental and socioeconomic factors, the same is true for dementias and other neurodegenerative disorders. There are 7000 languages in the world and only […]

Talk at CAEII

Talk on the origins and horizons of TELL during the 21st Argentine Congress of Students of Industrial Engineering and Related Careers.

$8M NIH grant on language and dementia

The Cognitive Neuroscience Center (University of San Andrés, Argentina), together with the ReDLat consortium, will lead the largest study of language, AI, neuroscience and dementia in the region. The project, titled «An automated machine learning approach to language changes in Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal dementia across Latino and English-speaking populations», is aimed at developing an […]

TELL has become a member of the AABC!

TELL, our speech testing app, has been incorporated into the Alzheimer’s Association Business Consortium. We are excited to team up with notable stakeholders to develop scalable solutions for patients worldwide. For more information on the AABC, click here.

Groundbreaking speech assessment study in Peru

TELL is the tool of choice for groundbreaking speech assessment study in Peru. The project entitled «Natural language-based markers for the discrimination of neurodegenerative diseases», funded by CONCYTEC, Peru, seek to validate natural language markers capable of differentiating the most frequent neurodegenerative disorders in older adults in Arequipa. Principal Investigator: Marcio Soto Añari Coinvestigators: José […]